He was in only three and a half feet of water, close to shore.
In the 15th century, a small chapel was built close to the shore.
Just then a boat arrived and came close to the shore.
They were coming close to shore once more, and voices carried across the water.
It was hard, because I wanted to be out in the big surf, and he had to stay close to shore.
The rock stood close to the southern shore just above the low tide level.
Night had fallen by the time they drew close to the shore.
Most of the boats had tied up close to shore, which was fine by me.
When they get close to the shore, she will be hurled over the side.
It was lucky that their bad break had occurred so close to the shore.